Spring 2023 Sorority Recruitment Only:
Be sure to complete the following BEFORE attempting attendance at any recruitment events:
1) Sign up on campus director
2) Submit an online Grade Release form
3) Go to the 3rd Floor of the KC to the Office of Campus Life and physically sign the grade release form. The Office of Campus Life is open Monday – Friday 8AM – 5PM
4) Submit your $10 recruitment fee via Venmo (@albionpanhel) OR take cash or a check into the Office of Campus Life (See open hours above).

If you will be missing any part of recruitment weekend, contact [email protected] to make an appointment to make a short intro video to send to the houses.

There are many reasons to join a fraternity or sorority at Albion College including brotherhood/sisterhood, leadership, philanthropy, and fun!


Greek membership brings lasting friendships that continue throughout your life. The chapter becomes a “home away from home” for many men and women. Sorority women and fraternity men share friendships that are a special bond unlike any other. Brothers and sisters share their joys and disappointments, learn and grow together, and appreciate the loyalty of friends, brothers, and sisters that they know will be there for a lifetime.


Membership in a Greek organization is one of the best ways you can discover and refine your leadership skills. Within each chapter, members may assume a variety of leadership roles ranging from chairing committees to holding offices. Chapters provide leadership opportunities for members who will become respected professionals and community leaders after graduation.


Philanthropy is the giving of time, service, and money. This is an important part of every Greek chapter. During the year, fraternity men and sorority women strive to strengthen their relationship with the community by increasing individual member involvement in worthwhile community and campus events. Each chapter sponsors at least one philanthropic fundraiser during the academic year. These projects are a wonderful opportunity to have a good time with your brothers and sisters, as well as make a difference in the community.


One of the most exciting aspects of Greek life is the social experiences it offers. Formals, themed parties, homecoming events, Anchor Splash, Derby Days, and Greek Week are a few examples of the social opportunities sorority women and fraternity men share. These activities are not only fun for the members; they bond fraternity and sorority members together as a family and build unity within the entire Greek community. These shared experiences will make your collegiate years, and those to follow, a most rewarding experience.

Recruitment Eligibility

If you are a first-year student at Albion College, you cannot join a fraternity or sorority until the second semester of your first year. Upper-classmen and transfer students can join a fraternity or sorority during their first semester at Albion. Each fraternity and sorority chapter holds recruitment events in an effort to get to know students who are interested in joining the Greek community, regardless of class standing.

Before any student, first-year, upper-class, or transfer, accepts an invitation to join a fraternity or sorority on Albion College’s campus, they must have a grade release on file with their physical signature. Before filling out a grade release form, please note the MINIMUM requirements for joining any fraternity or sorority at Albion College is that you have a 2.50 cumulative grade point average or higher and you are free of any social probation with Albion College.

If you have any questions about recruitment please feel free to contact the individual chapters or email [email protected] for more information.

Recruitment Reports

Below are the two reports put out by the Campus Programs and Organizations Office listing Greek membership statistics. These reports are updated twice a year once after fall and once after spring recruitment:

Fraternity Recruitment Statistics Through Spring 2020 (pdf)

Sorority Recruitment Statistics Through Spring 2020 (pdf)